Independent report

Transport for a world city: A National Infrastructure Commission report

The National Infrastructure Commission reviewed the case for additional large scale transport infrastructure in the capital and its region.

Documents

Transport for a World City

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Review of the Case for Large Scale Transport Investment in London

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The Commission’s central finding, subject to the recommendations within the report, is that Crossrail 2 should be taken forward as a priority. Funding should be made available now to develop the scheme fully with the aim of submitting a hybrid bill by autumn 2019. This would enable Crossrail 2 to open in 2033.